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The hubs arrived today. Need to clean and refinish one of these years. They're mine, they're all mine. :lol:

 

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:shock:

See you back in a month when you're done cleaning them. :lol:
 

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Where did you end up getting them? And off of what?
 

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Med!c said:
:shock:

See you back in a month when you're done cleaning them. :lol:
Diamonds in the rough. Figure I'll have them redone nlt august. :shock:
 

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Where did you end up getting them? And off of what?
Chevy Luv (24-spline) from a shop in Colorado via http://car-part.com/index.htm

That is a handy site. I used it as well when I got my intermittent wiper switch/stalk.
 

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So do they work as is? How is the internals? I can only imagine some sanding and a fresh layer of paint or two on the outside would make these things rock. How many bones did they cost you? give us the Dees.
 

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Da dees.:lol: Haven't dismantled yet. Flipped 'em over and they look good. Lock/unlock works. I'll probably get new O-rings and gaskets (I think I have some extras I got from Toyota a while back). They wanted 75.00; I offered 50.00; they took that plus shipping.
 

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ASCO?

Can't say I'm familiar with the brand name.

Aftermarket?

Jim
 

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The original Aisin hub.

ASCO = Aisin Seiki Co.= Aisin
 

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glad you finally got you a set :hello1:
 

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So are you planning on putting these on your '89? or do you have a <87 to put them on? IIRC the 10 bolt front ends all use a 17 spline hub...unless I'm mistaken :oops:

All that aside those are awesome hubs...I've got the same ones on my Luv 8)
 

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I'm planning on neither. My plan is to clean, refinish and set them aside as a bric-a-brac.
 

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shooter said:
The original Aisin hub.

ASCO = Aisin Seiki Co.= Aisin
Sweet, learn something new every day.

Jim
 

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I'm planning on neither. My plan is to clean, refinish and set them aside as a bric-a-brac.
Ah, very nice indeed then 8)
 

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You and your obsessions. :wink:

Glad you found some and for $50 why the heck not?
 

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So you're gonna post up some pics once they're nice and purdy right?

I wanna see em cleaned up!

Congratz on the find, I'm still waiting on my Aisins to come in the mail...
 

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So you're gonna post up some pics once they're nice and purdy right?

I wanna see em cleaned up!

Congratz on the find, I'm still waiting on my Aisins to come in the mail...
Yeah, I think in the next couple of weeks I'm gonna harbor freight me one of those portable handheld hopper sandblast guns and the el cheapo powder coat set and see what happens. I read in a couple of other sites where they've actually had really good results with both devices and just a small toaster oven. Figure I can take the toaster oven out of the kitchen and when the wife finally discovers it missing, she can go buy a new one out of the household general fund and not out of my weekly allowance.:lol: I've also got a decent collection of 17-spline Aisins (5 pair) that I'm considering letting go as is or making them perdy and selling them. Aisins will hurt because at the time I bought them (over about a year), I paid anywhere from 60.00 - 120.00 per pair.
 

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stusvend said:
You and your obsessions. :wink:

Glad you found some and for $50 why the heck not?
Yep, I definitely need to find something to do. When it gets warm, I'll replace my rear rotors, pads, and wheel studs. Will also replace the windshield and see if I can refurbish the parking brake. It holds minimally right now. All I'm gonna do (I hope) is disconnect it at the pin where it splits, give it a good cleaning and light lube, tighten the adjuster under there and see what happen. If it ain't a total pain, I'll pull it from the handle and do it right.
 
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